L.E. Bragg, Northwest Author

A fourth generation Northwesterner, L.E. Bragg was born on the old Nisqually Reservation in the shadow of Mount Rainier, and raised in the Greater Seattle Area. Except for stints in Mexico, Hawaii, the East Coast, and six years spent living and teaching school on The Colville Reservation in Eastern Washington, the author has spent her life in the Puget Sound Region. Ms. Bragg is a graduate of the University of Washington, has taught elementary school, and for fifteen plus years has worked in downtown Seattle

L.E. Bragg’s books celebrate the history, scenery, and cultural diversity of the Great Pacific Northwest. A River Lost and Seattle, City By The Sound are picture books written at a level for young readers, as well as for adults to enjoy reading aloud. More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women and More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Idaho Women are multi-chapter books for young adult and adult readers. Myths and Mysteries of Washington is suitable for adult readers.

 

Most Recent Edition:

Remarkable Washington Women, Second Edition - by L.E. Bragg

More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women, 2nd Edition

In More Than Petticoats: Remarkable Washington Women, author L. E. Bragg has gathered stories of sixteen extraordinary women from Washington’s past. While readers may be familiar with the lives of some of these women, such as missionary Narcissa Prentiss Whitman or Chief of the Lady Black Robes Mother Joseph, many of these women are little known.

Now, for the first time, their lasting contributions are chronicled as a part of Washington’s history.

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